Newly renovated Lincoln Park Studio: (W Arlington Pl & N Clark St)
* Hardwood floors throughout
- Cooking gas is included in the rent price
* Washer & dryer are in the unit
- Granite countertops
* Stainless steel appliances incl. dishwasher
- Large layout with ample closet space
* Pet friendly! Cats & dogs are welcome (additional pet fees apply)
- Quick walk to DePaul campus & Fullerton CTA Red Line Station.
Square footage is approximate. Admin fee ($300), application fee ($45), and pet fees may apply due at signing. If this listing doesn't meet your search criteria, I can find you another one that will. Our service is free of charge and I want to you to get you into a place that you can call home. Please call or text and I'd be happy to help!
Evolve Real Estate
*All applications are handled on a first come first serve basis, (pending income & credit verification). Come prepared to showing with income verification, photo ID, and monies due. When scheduling a showing that is currently occupied 48 hr advance notice is needed.*
Amenities & Expenses
Stainless Steel Appliances
Dogs and Cats Allowed
•Stainless Steel Appliances
Nearby Transit & Points of Interest
Time and Distance from 550 W Arlington Pl Chicago, IL 60614
Just one mile north of Downtown Chicago and bordering Lake Michigan, Lincoln Park is an iconic neighborhood and home to the city's favorite park. From the popular summer destination North Avenue Beach to the Lincoln Park Zoo and from the Peggy Notebaert Museum to Steppenwolf Theater, there's something for everyone in Lincoln Park -- and the ever-increasing population proves it. Lincoln Park is home to the prestigious DePaul University, and students make up a large portion of the population.
From its shady, tree-lined streets to its historic architecture, Lincoln Park is a beautiful neighborhood with unique character and style. The neighborhood provides fantastic restaurants and shops to exciting events, such as the Chicago Craft Beer Fest and the Lincoln Park Greek Fest. Lincoln Park is known for its music scene, from its blues clubs to the concerts at Lincoln Hall.